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Among their popular and potential applications, scenarios and use cases provide an integrative picture of the user tasks with its context (users and work). Our goal is to build a complete and consistent user interface and usability requirement model that is simple, intuitive, unambiguous and verifiable by extending the prospective standard the Use Case Maps (UCMs). In particular, we provide step-by-step guidance for developing UCMs from scenarios.

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Title Use Case Maps: A Visual Notation for Scenario-Based User Requirements
Authors A. Alsumait, A. Seffah, and T. Radhakrishnan
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII'03), Crete, Greece
Month June
Year 2003
Pages 5
Keywords Usability Requirements, User Interface, Use Case Maps
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